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jadeyscum:

I think we all got a little bit more gay this year

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  • Question: My niece is 13 and she use to believe in H/L, but now she gets upset if I talk about it. I asked her why and she said she wouldn't mind if they were together, but she feels confused and hurt. She doesn't understand why they would lie about Eleanor this whole time and pretend. I think it's just hard for her to wrap her head around the whole thing. It is quite a deception that went way too far. - Anonymous
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    lapelosa:

    :(

    This is what I’m talking about. The band/brand worked really hard to make the young fans feel truly connected to the boys (mostly through social media), and it worked. So when they find out that Harry and Louis have been lying to them for the past 4 years, it’s going to feel like a friend was lying to them. Someone they look up to and idolise. Someone who isn’t supposed to ever hurt them.

    Many tweens and teens go through a phase of an obsessive “celebrity crush.” This is a stepping stone towards romantic attraction to people their own age. The reason it’s a stepping stone is that it’s supposed to be safer. At a time when they aren’t emotionally prepared for the pain that can go along with romantic relationships, a celebrity crush is safe because the celebrity isn’t going to hurt you.

    So when Harry and Louis come out, and their young fans find out that their idols have been consistently lying to them over the last four years, that’s going to be painful for them in a way that it would never be painful to an adult. Some will shake it off, some will cry, and some will lash out.

    So thanks for that, whoever made the decision that such deep closeting was a good idea. Thank you, on behalf of every little girl (or boy) who is going to cry when your web of deceit is revealed.

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verysharpteeth:


Sebastian’s reaction when the moderator kept calling Bucky a villain [x]

I’m entertained by his slow building annoyance at the villain title. It started out that he would try to suppress his instant reaction of disgust. Now he just openly makes horrible faces.

Bucky Barnes being called a villain is Sebastian Stan’s villain origin.

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verysharpteeth:

Sebastian’s reaction when the moderator kept calling Bucky a villain [x]

I’m entertained by his slow building annoyance at the villain title. It started out that he would try to suppress his instant reaction of disgust. Now he just openly makes horrible faces.

Bucky Barnes being called a villain is Sebastian Stan’s villain origin.

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fruitpacks:

girls get harassed w/ sexist jokes all the time like i think straight boys should be able 2 handle a few jokes about their basketball shorts 

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sailordirtbag:

before you date a girl with a mental illness, remember: saying, “you’re beautiful” won’t balance the chemicals in her brain.

and don’t fucking say, “i’ll be here for you, no matter what,” if you don’t mean it.

don’t think you’re fixing her by saying, “i love you.” because you’re not

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